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PDP terms Domicile law as ambivalent, demands roll back
4/4/2020 12:16:51 AM

EARLY TIMES REPORT

UDHAMPUR, Apr 3: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Udhampur unit on Friday termed the central government order defining Domicile law for J&K as frighteningly ambivalent, irresolute and akin to rubbing salt to the people's wounds.
In a statement issued here, PDP district Youth President Ajaz Sumberiya has termed the order issued by the GOI defining Domicile rights of the people of the erstwhile state as ill-timed, very badly drafted and outcome of confused and chaotic bureaucracy.
Sumberiya said it seems that the order has been deliberately issued at a time when the entire country as well as Jammu and Kashmir is facing a dreadful threat due to the outbreak of the deadly virus and entire population is caged in their homes.
The priorities at present were ought to be different, says Sumberiya, adding that it goes beyond the reach of reason why the order which carries immense significance has been issued amid the present tumultuous times. “Either those at the helm are trying to play a proverbial ostrich or they deliberately are trying to insult the people by issuing an order which contains ruthlessly confusing content,” said Sumberiya.
The PDP youth president pitched for its immediate roll back, asking the government of India to prioritize all its efforts in containing the spread of COVID-19 in the country as well as in Jammu and Kashmir.
He added that the order pertaining to the domicile rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir contains no word related to the protection of land and jobs and has been issued just for the sake of issuance. “We demand nothing but its immediate rollback,” said the PDP youth president.
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